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Primary schools at bursting point with almost a quarter completely full - and it's getting worse

city_centre_small.jpgIn The Mirror Lucy Powell gave a statement on primary schools being at 'bursting point'.

The shake-up “is a costly, top-down reorganisation of the schools system that schools don’t need and parents don’t want”.

“Ministers have already tied the hands of local areas to adequately plan for school places.

“The Tories’ new forced academisation policy will make the school places system implode, as councils lose completely the levers they have to ensure there are enough school places for children.”

 

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